Non-networked stations are best for sites that don’t need a management system, like the garage of a single-family home. Because there are a limited number of people accessing the station, the homeowner does not need to worry about who is charging at their private residence.
A smart, networked station, on the other hand, is best for a commercial property with multiple users. It allows property managers to manage access, minimize costs, and calculate return on investment.
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